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JThe Herald "Want" Ads Five cents per line for single inser tion, or $ 1.00 per line per month. NOTICES BT. PAUL'S CHURCH. EPISCOPAL". Olivo st., opp. the park. Open every day in the year. Daily service at 10 a. ta. The clergy will respond to all calls for the offices of the church for strangers or visitors without respect to creetl; burials, marriages,baptisms or visitations ol the sick. Use of the cburch cheertnlly given free for funeral services. Tel. 143. Keel. tf THE AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCH cor. Twenty-ninth and Sumner sts Bunday-scbool. 0:3o a.m.; preacning. 11 a.m. and 7: SO p.m.; junior meeting 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, and B. Y. P. V. 6:30; prayer meeting Thursday even ing 7:30. All invited to attend these cervices. Rev. W. W. Tinker, the super intendent of missions, bas charge, tem porarily, of this work. sat.sun, 10-28 CHURCH OF THE NEW ERA—ILLI nois ball, cor. Sixth and Broadway. Judge R. M. Widney will lecture on A True Financial System; time of meeting changed to 2:30 p. m. until further no tice. CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE MEETS EV ery Wednesday at 11 a.m in Foresters' ball, iO7 N. Main" st. Come Remember every Saturday. Sats-tf SPECIAL NOTICES A NEW HOME FOR $3 PERMONTH—A modern piece of architecture, with all Improvements necessary tc make both your wife and daughter happy and well srentilated by over 2,000,000 delighted cus todiers who use tlie New Home sewing machine. We also handle other standard made sewing machines ranging in price from $5 up. Our Climax and Ideal are far auperior to many of the $65 and $70 ma chines, and for which we only ask less than half, on easy payments. Machines tbat other dealers advertise for $22.50 we are now prepared to sell you for $15 and $20. Drop in ami look them over and leave your address lor a trial order; it costs you nothing. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE OFFICE, 319 S. Spring et, Los Angeles; SbE.Colorado St., Pasadena. Sat&Sun tf WANTED—LADIES, IF YOU VALUE your complexion why do you neglect it? Madam Bauve's New Skin Food and Wrinkle Ironer needs only a trial to con vince tbe most skeptic.il that it surpasses ""anything hitherto placed on tbe market. All facial blemishes removed ;mail orders promptly attended to: liberal offers to agents. Ladies can be treated at their homes or hotels. Consultation free. MADAM BAUVE, late of Paris, 34P, 8. Bpring St., room 45. 12-8 _ J.EWIS & ALDERSON, 312 S. Main st. ' It pays every time to trade at Lewis it Alderson's, where you get ail kinds of new and second-hand furniture.etc.,at the lowest possible prices. It's the best place in town to buy cheap for cash. When you want anything for tlie house, just try LEWIS & ALDERSON, 312 S. Main st. tf_ BUSINESS NEWSPAPER—TtIE DAILY Journal, a business 'newspaper, pub lishing all the county official records, real estate transfeis, mortgages and liens, building news, contract work, financial news, and all news relating to the re sources and development of Southern Cal ifornia and tho great territory of tne southwest. Ono dollar per month, or in advance $10 per annum; 227 W. First St., Los Angoles, Cal. 6-1 tf NOTICE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY Water Co. will strictly enforce the fol lowing rules: Tbe hours for sprinkling are between the hours of 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 and 8 o'clock; p. m. For a violation of tbe abovo regulations the water will be shut off and a line of $2 will be charged before the water will be turned ou again. THE SAFE DEPOSIT HCXES OF THE Stale Loan and Trust company are inclosed in a fire-proof and burglar proof vault with time locks and brilliantly lighted with electricity; alcoves attached for the private examination of valuables, with writing materials; a young lady in attendance. FREE TRIAL TREATMENTS— DR. ELLIOTT, MAGNETIC HEALER, Cuies all ailments by magnetism; con sultation free; satisfaction guaranteed; come and test this wonderful power; oflice 215 8. Spring st. 3-1 DK~PHILL!PS HAS ARRIVED - IN tbe city and is located at 35S)jj S. Bpring st.. where he treats magnetically tbe following diseases: Eczema and all akin and scalp diseases, rheumatism, neuralgia, and all aches una pains; no battery or medicine used. 2-2 mo MOTICE—ALL MEMBERS OF THE Shinglers' Association are requested to be present at their next meeting Weu nesday. Oct. 9th. 7:30 p. m., at Council of Labor Hall. 175 N. Spring St. ; important business. GEORGE BRADFIELD, Secre- 6-9 FOR SALE-50 RUNNING FEET OF wire fence, 10 feet high, with gate; is iv good condition and is suitable for office, store or factory partitions; will be sold cheap. For further particulars, call at business office of The Herald. tf WJUSTKD-PARTIES ABOUT TO HAVE stores fitted up should call at car penter shop, 222 8. Los Angeles St. We make a specialty of store fitting nnd lobbing. FOSTER & DYEMAN. 16 PERSONAL—NEW PROCESS—IRRLG uIarities, from whatever causa, cured without medicine, instruments or pain; sure cure; lady attendants; low fees. 819 S. Grand aye. 12-1 REMOVED—J. PHILLIPS, LONDON tailor, Irom W. Second St., Is now lo cated 113i,4 W. Third St., bet. Spring nnd •Main sts. 11-11 j PBIZE FIGHT—THE CELEB~RATED , Corbett vs. Courtney prize light; will be on exhibition at 248 S. Spring St., Los Angeles; 5 cents per round. 10-15 PROF. ST. CLAI liff; reaver and palmist; tells past, present •nd futuure satisfactorily or 110 charge. 134K 8. Soring st., 100 m 11. BROADWAY FUEL DEPOT. 432 8. Broadway—domestic coal, all kinds, good quality, full weight and fair prices; ring up tel. 472. MRSTk A. ADAMS. ELECTRO MAG netio healer, haa returned to Los Angeles and is located at 245 S. Spring, mom 0. Consultation free. 10-17 ENTERPRISE CARRIAGE WORKS— .All kinds of wagons, ouggies, eta., bought, sold and exchanged. 115 N. Los Angeles st. 10-15 OECL VANDEVER HAS, wTthFut any cause whatever, left his wife and home, and she has gone east to her folks. 12 V. B. KETCH AM — REAL ESTATE broker and rental agency. Room 12, 124)4 S. Spring st. tf 11188 CORA ATKINSON—HAIRDREBS ing and manicuring, 25c; shampoo ing. 250; bangs cut and curled, 15c. 443 8. jßroadway. 10-26 THE ONLY STORE IN THE - CITY carrying East Indian works of art and •arms. 504 B.Broadway. Moderate P' tea li-3 WTv. slopeß. house m6ver7~of ■ce 112 Centtr place. HELP WASTED—MALE Rates lor advertisements under this elasatfl catlon-1 time, 5 cents p«r line; 1 week, 30 cents per line; 1 month. $1 .perllne. HI M.MXI, r.UO.H. A. CO., Successors lo PETTY, HUMMSI, ct CO., EMPLOYMENT AGENTS, 300-302 W. Second at., in basement California Bank building. Tel. 509. Office hours from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. except Sundays. MEN'S DEPARTMENT. Man to milk snd drive route, $30 etc.; horse sboer, $2 per day; threo quarry laborers, $1.75 por day ; errand boy for store; buizgy washer," $20 etc.; ranch hand, $15etc.; bushel man; married man for dairy, if 10, bouse, oic.; cabinet mnker. $2.50 etc. ; two good carpenters, $2.50 per day, finishing; ten wood choppers, $1 per cord, juniper: four bricklayers, $1 per day. Arizona; boy to herd and chore. HOT El, DEPAET M X N T. Restaurant cook, $311; second cook, $S weec etc.; ranch csok, $20 etc. ; hotel and restaurant help call and register. HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT. Swedish girl, down stairs work, and cooking, family ol 3, city, $25: second girl, small family, city, $15; house girl, 4 adults, city, $20, call early; house girl. 2in family, plain washing, $20; houso girl, 3 In family, plain cook, $20; woman cook for 1 men, 1 washing, etc., $25; 3 bouse girlß, city, $15 each; second girl, $20 month, employer in otlice 2 p. m. ; house girl, 5 days' wcrk, 75c per day, 3 in family; boussglrl, Ventura, Pirn City, Carlsbad, Fmllerton, Chino: nurse gul, 1 child, 115 per month, go Monday. HOTEL DEPARTMENT. Two arm waitresses, city, $6 week; laundress, Brat-class place, city, $25; waitress, city. 120 month and room. HUMMEL BROB & CO. EASTERN EMPLOYMENT" AGENCY, EEILV-j N. Main.tel.237,furnishes hotels, restaurants and families witn competent help at short notice. KEARNY <t CO. tf WANTED—MALE AND FEMALE HOL tel, restaurant and household help. None but competent and reliable help furnished. HOTEL GAZETTE EM PLOYMENT BUREAU, 3 waitresses for country, rooms 11 and 12, Manhattan bldg, 137 S. Broadway. Tel. 285. tf WANTED—SALESMEN IN AND OUT of Los Angeles to sell out goods to grocers; good commission or salary; ref erences required. P.. X. V. CO., 201 S. Main St., St. Louis, Mo. 5-lltf WANTED—SALESMEN—SIOO TO $125 per month and expenses; sample line; position permanent, ploasant and desir able. Addreas. with stamp, KJNU MF'O CO.. F. 73, Chicago. 7-29 A FEW MEN" OF GOOD AD dress can linl employment by apply ing at room 22. German-American Bank bldg., First and Main sts. 3-24.96 WANTED—HELP FREE-27 SlTUA tions, ti4yi S.Broadway. E.Nittinger. SITUATIONS^ ANTED-MALE WANTED—SITUATION IN CITY "OR as fo-eman of good country news paper and job office, by good all-round printer. Address F., box 'JO, tbis oflice. 14 I WA NTED— PIANIST WANTS ENGAGE ment; good reader. Address E., box 10, this office. 13 SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE wanted -"siri ~xTwT^AS^sEKu- r stress; will go out by tbe diy; under stand dressmaking and button-hole mak ing tboroughlv. Address 407 E. Pico sL 12 , WANTED—AOENTS^^^ SALESMAN — EXERIENCED class men, local or traveling, to in troduce our novelties. All brand new, just patented, $200 per month and ex penses to hustlers. Write for particulars. , THE WILLIAKD MFU. CO., Cincinnati. ! Ohio. ; A MAN IN EVERY SECTION TO SELL staple goods to dealers: experience unnecessary; best sideline, $75 a month salary and expenses or large commission made. For sealed particulars send stamp. Clifton Soap Mauufactuirug Co., Cincin , nati, O. WANTED — A FEW EXPERIENCED solicitors of good address can tind em ployment by applying to SPRENG & LEVERING, Herald "ttice. tf — ROOM ANDJBOARD Wa"NTED-ALl' PERSONS HAVING respectable houses oi hotels with rooms for rent kindly call at room 217, Byrne bldg., 3d and Broadway. D-6 lm TO RENT HOUSES WASTED TO RENT—7 6if 8 ROOM houso by a family of three adults. Must bo in good location. Address F, box 50, Herald office. 13 -MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-A 'PARTY TO ERECT A cheap two-story brick building, uoout 50x60, on a side street or prominent alley within a radius of four blocks from city ball; will pay $50 a month for term of years. Inquire at tbe Herald oflice 12 WXNTED -A N EASTERN - ' PA RTY wishes to purchase tho leaso &nd fur niture of from 12 to 20 rooms in a good lo cality. Call at room 12, 121). S. Spring, tf : WANTED — FARMEKs TO GROW beets. Apply to Chino Ranch com pany, Chino, Cal. 6 30-eodtf i WANTED—3-IIOlisE" P( >W Ell OA SO~ line engine. No 236 E. Second st. tf PERSONAL PERSONAL—PALMISTR V ; 1 HAND read free; every hidden mystery re ' yealeil; life from cradle to grave without '; mistake; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 111". W. Third st. 12-0 . PEItS O N A L — HA RTMAYER AN~. drew, blacksmith. Send address to ] 863,H0tel Echlo. KARL STEINTILBEK, 1 San Francisco. 13 PERSONAL — RECIPE, WILL Posi tively remove wrinkles, smallpox pits, for sale cheap; hours 9 a.m. to I. 713 Temple st. U-n FOUND LOST — FAIR GOLD-RIMMED EYE glas.es; wero left at Now York Den tal Parlors, and anyone finding same will please return to 409 S. Hill and receive liberal reward. 13 STRAYEDJOR STOLEN— land Prrk, St. Bernard dog with livo monkey attached. Reward if returned immediately ; if overheld prosecution will follow. KLA BEE 11 PHYSICIANS ONE ELECTRIC BATH FRg7I;T\)R ladies only, given by MRS. E. G. PEN HE, M. D., Homoeopath; electrio baths $1; oilice hours, 10 to 11 a.m., 3 to 4 p.m. 734)4 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. 27 DR. LYD LA MU MA~ GRAIrfJATE in medicine and surgery; 15 years' hospital and private practice; consulta tions free. 138 8. Spring. 10-J6 MRS. DR. J. H - . -midwifery; ladies cared for during con finement at 727 Bellevuo aye.; calls promptly attended to; tel. 1119. Fr7~kwong— ~* The eminent Chinese phvsiolan and surgeon; office, 113)4 S. Broadway, near First st. J. M. D?, SURGEOiirAYjD physician, 321>4 S. Spring st. 11-4 3LOS ANGELES HERALTD: SATURDAY MORjNTEsG. OCTOBER 12, 1895. FOR-RENT—HOUSES Rates for advertlsementa under this classifi cation—l time, f> cents per line: 1 week, 30 cents per line; 1 month. lino^^ FOR RENT—HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS— .Hot and cold water; cement walks, bath, barn, ull conveniences. Call at house, 1300 Girard, bet. 10 und 4, Satur day and Sunday. 13 FOR RENT — BEAUTIFUL HOME place, 6-room modern cottage; lawn and flowers; stable; Twenty-fifth street; $25; water free. F. B. WILLIAMS, 112 S. Broadway. tf FOR RENT—S-ROOM COTTAGE;BATH, etc.; one bed room furnished. No. 424 E. Twenty eighth at.,near cor. Maple aye. 13 FOR RENT—DESIRABLE MODERN residence; 1010 W. Twenty-third at.s $32 monthly. Inquire 1024 W. Twenty third, tt MATTINGS AND LINOLEUMS Ex clusively at the Matting Mart, 504 S. Broadway, near Fifth st.; lowtat prices. 11-8 FOR RENT — HOUSES, FURNISHED and unfurnished, a gootl list of desir nble ruoms. Call at 303 W. Second st. Tel. 826. 12 FOR RENT— FURNISHED ALCOVE suite; other rooms, housekeeping privileges. No. 826 S. Hope st. 13 FOR KENT—VICTORIA. 763 S. SPRING furnished and unfurnished rooms. 11-2 FOR RENT—ROOMS FOR RENT — WILEY HOUSE HAS changed bands thoroughly renovated ; furnished and unfurnished rooms, single or en suite; no children. No. 517 S. Broadway. l'J-26 FOR RENT—ALL PERSONS DEBlR ing furnished rooms or board please call at room 217 Byrne blk.. cor. Broad way and Tuird St.; information free. 9-6 lm FOR RENT-FINEST ROOMS IN THE city at 50c, 75c anil $1 per day; $2 to $7 per week. At Grand Pacific, 423 6. Snring St. 10-26 FOR RENT — HANDSOMELY fUß nisbed rooms, with private baths; references required. CALDERWOOD, 308 S. Main St. 12-1 FOR RENT—THE MARIPOSA, 321 E. 2na St.; furnished rooms, $1.25 per week up; lodging, 25c, 35c and 50c per night. 10-ltf FOR RENT-133 N. MAIN ST. THE Denver, nicely furnished rooms, $1,50 per week and upwards; center of city; 25c to $1 a day. 9-14tf FOR RENT - NICELY FURNISHED rooms, center oi city. CHICAGO HOUSE. Entrance, 112 S. Main st., 133>»j S. Los Angeles st. 11-26 FOR RENT — NICELY FURNISHED rooms; lowest rates, at the Menlo, 420 8. Main St. Tel. 760. tf FOR RENT —NICELY FURNISHED sunny rooms at low rates. No. 613);, N. Main st. lm FOR RENT-133 N. MAIN ST., THE Denver; rooms 25c night for men; center of city. 8- 12tf FOR KENT-PLEASANT FURNISHED rooms, chaap. No. 550 S. Spring st. FOR RENT - NEWLY - "FPENISHED rooms. 113 8. Olive st. 16 DRESSMAKING MRS. HUMPHREY HAS REMOVED her dressmaking establishment from 415H S. Spring st. to 125 W. Fourth, on tbe first floor; no stairs to climb: every thing first class; prions reasonable. 10-30 STAMPED LINENS AT CHICAGO prices. Miss Alice Jenks lias re turned to the city anil will be glad to see her old iriends at 446 S. Brcadway, after noons. 10-20 MRS. SONNE — DRESSMAKER OF lioslon ;16 years' experience; go out by the day or take work home; reasona ble 411 S. Hill st. MRS. C. A. mXxWELL—DKEHSmXe% er; specialty cutting and fitting good dresses; prices reasonable. 216 m W. Sixth st. 10-23 MRS. LA VINNE ANDERSON— Dressmaker. Prices reasonable; all work guaranteed -322 S. Spring St.. room 8. 11-11 MRS. SADIE DROWN, THE MOST fashionable dressmaker in the city. German-American Rank bldg., First and Main st. 11-13 MP.S.H. M. PERCIVAL,DRESSMAITekT 211 W. First St., room 16, Los Ange lea. Prices from $3.50 up; lit guaranteed. 2-26 MISS DAY. THE - ONLY RELIABLE dressmaker in tne oity. Parlor 415.; S. Spring st. 11-11 MRS. A. LT - CARLE TO N, PAR ISI AN modiste; work guaranteed. 139 N. Spring. FOR EXCHANGE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE — 60 acres of choice fruit or alfalja land ; will sell in tracts or more cheap for cash; \i down, balance on two years' time, without interest; or will exchange for Southern California real estate. Write what you have at once. G. WILL KLINDERA, Tipton, Cal. 17 FOR" EXCHANGE-A FINE HORSE, new buggy and harness, cash value $200; will trade for a good lot. J. ROB ERTS, 129 S. Broadway. tf FOB- EXCHANGE—B SELL OR EX change your city property or ranches go to MORRIS & LEE, 828 S. Broadway. 7-Utl FOR EXCHANGE —BALED HAY FOR Jersey cow. R. D. LIST, 123J4 W. Second. 11-2 JUST AT~ 444 SOUTH Spring st., line stock of imported and domestic woolens,from which wo are pre pared to make up suit in latest styles and at the lowest prices. We aro also pre pared to show one of the beat lines of woolens in the city; suitable for ladies tailor-made suits. Give us a call; will please you as well ns save you money. E. W. BETTS. tl EMIL J~ LIND, MERCHANT TaTLorT room 328 Wilson blk., cor Bpring and First sts.; perfect tit guaranteed. 11 20 CARPET CLEANING PIONEER STEAM CARPET WORKS— Carpets made, retitted, sewed and laid. 208-210 E. Seventh st. Tel. 217. 11-20 STFaIvFcARFEI r CLEANINOT SEWING and laying. JOHN H. RICHARDS, 120 N. Spring; tel. 1343. 89 tf caWets~cleTne~d FROM 2C PER yard; laying 3c. R. BROWN, 608 S. Rroqdwny. PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC. PATENTB FOR INVENTIONS OBTAIN ed in ail countries; bought and sold. S. J. DAY & CO. patent attorneys, room 85, Bryson blk. tf fiXZAR D~<fc 9 DOWNEY blk. Tel, 47 Los Angeles. 3_ FOR 'SALE — NU XbERY — REMOVAL sale now on; bargains in nlants; prices cut one-third. L. A. NURSERY, 346 S. Broadway. WATCHMAKER THE PLACE TO HAVE YOUR WATCH repaired—you get a guarantee worth something W. J. GETZ, 336 S. Broad way. 11-20 FINANCIAL Rales for advertisements under this classifi cation—l ttme, 5 cents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per line; 1 month, ffl per line. PACIFIC l.o.vx'co.'- ' (Incorporated.) Oldest establishment in Los Angeles. Thoroughly reliable. Loans made in any amounts on all kinds of collateral security; Diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, merchandise, sales, etc.; also on pianos, f urn it nro ami house bold goons in either private houses, lodging houses, noarding bouses, or ho tels, without removal from premises; partial payments received: money quick; business conlidential; private oflice for ladies. W. E. DE OROOT, Manager, Rooms 2, 3, and 4, 11 1 S. Spring St. UNION LOAN COMPANY— Stimson block. Loans money on ail kinds of collateral security; watches, diamonds, sealskins and furniture in lodging and boarding bouses and on pianos without removal; also on bonds, stocks, mortgages; low interest; money at once; business conli dential; private oflice for ladies, room 112. CLARE A. SHAW. Manager, rooms 111 ami 112 lirst floor, Stimson block. MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, watches, jewelry, sealskins, etc.; also on pianos, merchandise, iron and steel ea.'es, furniture In lodging houses, boarding bouses and hotels, without re moval; also on city and country prop erty; low interest; can have money at once: business confidential: private of lice for ladies. GEO. S. ROBINSON, 238 W. First St., rooms 2 and 8. THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN Society of San Francisco will make loans on improved city and country prop erty. On loans of $5000 and under, cer tificates of title from tbo Title ln suiance and Truot Co. will be ac cepted, making the expense on such loans very small. Building loans a specialty. Apply to E. G. LUNT, Agent. 227 W. Second, h 13tf L. B. COHN- The Los Angeles pawnbroker. 140 X. Main St., loans money on diamonds, watches, jewelry, tirearms, pianos, li braries and oil other collateral securities; also sells unredeemed pledges for money loaned and one month's interest added; make no mistake, it is tbe reliable L. B. lIOUX, the Los Aiuelcs pawnbroker. 12-10 ON CITY OR OOUN try real estate; lowest rates; personal notes or security, warrants, discount mortgages or any negotiable papers; for sale, tirst-olass guaranty mortgages, in terest ti net. JOHN L. I'AVKOVITCH, 220 W. ffirat St. 3-24 tf rbi X DEXTK lt'.v."'\VA l>S\V<)BTli."iii:\ inf ers, 305 W. Second st., buy antl sell stocKs, mortgages, '.-otuls and any good securities; if yuti wish to lend or borrow or invest in real estate, call on us; col lections made and property managed for non-residents. 28tf NATIONAL LOAN AND INVESTS! ENT Oo—Loans money on all kinds of col lateral security; money quickly; business strictly conlidential. Booms 95 and 98, Bryson blk., lifth lloor. JOHN MITCH ELL JONES, Slanager. 7-3 lyr il ON 3y" TO LOAN—BY MOORE &FA R sons, 229 W. Second st., in any sum, at low rates, on both city and country property; also hnva choice b' percent mortgage.guaranteed, for sale. 68-tf MON B V TtT LOAN Yn BY MS "toSUTtT on any good collateral; business etrictly confidential; loans negotiated on city and country property. W. E. DEM ING, 211 W. First St., room 1. MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS? watches, jewelry, pianos, liva stock, carriages, bicycles, all kinds of personal and collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 S. Spring st. ■ 20tf WANTED—TO BOR ROW SMALL SI 'MS of money from private individual at 10 per cent net; good collateral security. Address E, Box 70, Herald office. 10-otf" TO LOAN—I'NLIMITED AMOTINf FOB small loans; no commission; light expense. SECURITY LOAN AND TRUST CO., 223 S. Spring st. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SU 11' borrower. Call on .Mrs. Anway, room 2. 121 Temple St., city. 12-14 TO LOAN—SIOOO to $10,000 ON REAL estate security. AILISON BARLOW, 123 S .Broadway. 6-7H MONBY TO ~LOTn AT 6 PER CENT'T F. H. TRUE, room 535 Stimson block. 10-23 andj^rtoaoes for sale-sTjbscribeforsharTS in the thirteenth annual aeri*s of tho Savings Fund and Building Society of Los Angclos; established in 1883. Office, rooms 101-102 Wilson Mock, First and Spring sis. 11-20 EXCURSIONS'^ EXcYjRSiONS TO THE' EAST—THE favorite personally conducted excur sions of the Santa Fe route leave Los An geles every Thursday morning at 7 o'clock; I'tillman upholstered cars run without change from Los Angeles to Ohi cago and Kansas City, with annex cars to Boston; the great point to reniomber is that you save al least one full day's travel by taking the fast train of tbe Santa Fo route; attentive conductors accompany tlie parties; through berths and more detailed information obtained at the company's o"".ce 129 N. Spring st., Los Angeles, or through any agent of the Southern Csliornia railway. JUDSON'S POPULAR EXCURSIONS- Every Monday over the Rio Grande Western and Denver ,fc Rio Grande rail way; scenic route; personally conducted; newly upholstered cars through to Chi cago, New York and Boston; finest equip ment, best service, quick time. Office, 212 S. Spring st. PHILLIPS' PERSON ALLY _ CX>M)iXT ed excursions, via the Rio Grande and Rock Island routes, leaves Los Angeles every Tuesday; cross the Sierra Nevadas and pass the entire Rio Grande scenery hy daylight. Oilice, Lis H. Spring st. MAGNUS' CUT RATE TICKET OF lice, 228 S. Spring St., opp. L. A. theater; regular tickets at reduced rates to all points east; railroad tickets boueht and sold DENTISTS DR. STEVENST A. j"REMOVED TO opp. Los Angeles theater bldg—Four years in Los Angeles. Fine gold crowns (small) $6; best silver tilling, fl; best set teeth, $10; best gold plate, $35. Fain less extracting. 11-29 ADAMS BKOS. DENTAL PARLORS 338W S. Spring st.; painless 3jstract ing ami tilling; plate, $6, $\ $10; all nark guaranteed; eßtablisbed 10 years. Hours 8-5, Sundays 10-12. ALBANY DENTAL PARLORS—GER man American Bane bldg. A set of teetb $0; best S. S. white teetb, $10 per set. DENTIST. 138J4 S. Spring st., Los Angeles: rooms 7 and S. 3-4_ W. H. MXSSEE, D. D. S., HAS ASSO ciatea himself with A. P. Ha>-a, D. D. 8.. 115 W. First st. 2 22-0 Jj\ - rTcUNN INGHAM, DENTIST. ~RE moved to Stimson blk., cor. Third and Spring. Tel. 45. FRANK iSTEVENS, B.SPRING ST. Open Sundays and evenings. Electric UjM-_ DR. KENNEDY, DENTIST, 108J4 N. Spring st., rooms 2, 6 and 7. Pain less extraction. KNIGHT BROS.. PATENT~SOLICI tors—Free book on patents, 808 Stim son blk. 8-22 0 BUSINESS PERSONALS T.atos for advertisements under this classifi cation—l time, 9 cents per lino: 1 week, JO cen.a per line: 1 month, $1 per lino. i^Kis^XATr^iTiiri^^ money—That's what people say who have tried a small acl in The Herald. They don't cost much, but tho results are simply marvelous. In this popular de partment Tho Herald has made a gain ol moro than 200 per cent during the past few months. ilig circulation counts. The llernhl has it. If you want to talk to hah the peoplo in Los Angeles and other parts of southern California, try a small ad. in addition to tbo immense and rapidly increasing circulation of The Herald, its sales by newsboys, on trains, at hotels and summer resorls, make tt Tbe advertising medium of the Pacific coast. Look over these small advertisements today. They will interest you and may make you some money. Tomorrow try one. The results will be both surprising and satisfying. 6-3tf PERSONAL—THE LADIES' SAFE A B sorner. It is absolutely reliable, easily adjusted and docs not beecm? misplaced, it can be worn when desired by special circumstances without the knowledge of another. It is simple to use anil inspires Confidence to the woman using it. It is reliable and scientifically made and does not injure the health. It is medicated with one of tho best antiseptics, which gives it power to prevent and destroy putrefaction or what is tiie same thing, the bacteria upon which putrefaction de pends. Wo guarantee "Ihe Ladies' Safe Absorber." it will be sent securely sealed in plain wrapper upon receipt, of the price. 60 cents, or three for fl,(which we guarantee to lust for one year), with full directions. No circulars. LADIES' SUPPLY CO., La Crosse, Wis. 0-14 116 PERSONAL—COFFEE, FRESH, ROABT ed on our giant roaster; .lava ami Mocha, 35c; Kalston cereal coffee, 15c; 5 lbs. good tea, $1; 8 lbs. rolled wheat '25c; (i lbs tapioca, 25c; 5 De. rice, 25c; 50 lbs. Hour, hoc; 10 lbs. corn Deal, 15c; 4 cans oysters, 25c; 3 cans clams, 2501 11 lbs. beans, 25c; 5 lbs. leaf lard, 40c; Bos ton mackerel, 10c: 3 salmon bellies, 10c; bacon, 10c, pork, 8c: apple uutter, 5c 10. ; brooms. ISO; wash tubs, 25c. FX'ONOMIC STORES, 409 S. Broadway. PERSONAL—RALPHS BROS.—GOLD Bar floor, 05c; city (lour, 80c: granu lated sugar, 20 lhs. $l"; brown sugar, 22 lbs. $1; 7 11)3. rolled wheat or oats, 25c; sardines, 0 boxes, 2oc; tomatoes, 2 cans, 15c; 7 bars German family soop, 25c; 5 gallons oil. 05c; gasoline, $1; 2 packages morning meal. 15c; lard, 10-1 b. can, 70c: Cal. cheese, 10c; No. 601 S. Spring St., cor. Sixth. PERSONAL-SURE DEATH TO FLEAS What have you to trade for a lovely home in Chicago. Don't wait for the wagon, but tako tbo shanks elevator to room 12. 124 1 S. I'pring St. and see V.B. Ketcham, the renl estate a.id business broker; open evenings. tf A WONDERFUL MEDICINE FOR FE male irregularities irom whatever cause; 'it never fails to give relief or money refunded; thirty-five years' experi ence. Address DR. A. J. GIEUNER. oilice 11-1 S. Spring st., rooms !) and 10. 8-30-tf. PERSONAL — PROFESSOR SEMAN, the Palmist, still continues to aive readings, and his parlors are crowded daily; terms moderate ami perfect satis faction given or no pay. No. 881U S. Spring st. 12-12 Pi'.RSONAL— ADAMS <t BOWEN, KAKFENTURZ, Will remove from 619 S. Broadway to 712 S. Main. Screen work, office fitting, house repairing and building. Shop tel. 066; »cs. Blue, 581. LOVERS OF THE BEAUTIFUL should cnll at 501 S Broadway and in spect ihe East Indian embroideries, min iatures on ivory and other lovely works of srt. 1 1-3 PERSONAL—THE LATEST STYLE Regents' suits mado by crack eastern tailors for $35. we sell for $15 if we can tit you. Misfit Clothing Parlors. 124 W. i'irst Bt., near Spring, Wilson block. tf PERSON A L—HARRY. DID YOU SEE the nobby poir of pants I bought for $3.50 at the Mielit Clothing Parlors, 124 W. First st., noar Spirng, Wilson block. tf PERSONAL-WHY PAY A MERCHANT tailor $35 for a suit when you can got the same tiling for $15 at the Misfit Clothing Parlors. 124 W. First st., near Spring, Wilson blocu tf PERSONAL — MISFITS AND UN called for garments at leas than half your tailors' prices ot tha Misfit Cloth ing Parlors, 124 W. First st. near Spring, Wilson block. tf personal-pants that were made to order for $12 we sell for $6 at the Misfit Clothing parlors, 124 W.First St., near Spring, Wilson block. tf PERSONAL-NOW IS~THK TIME TO look over your wardrobes and send your fall and winter clothing for repair, dyeing or cleaning to E. W. BETTS, Merchant Tailor, 444 S. Spring st. 7-27 PERSONAL— AND LlNO lcums exclusively at tbo Matting Mart, 504 S. Broadway, near Fifth St.; lowest prices. 11-8 LADIES r MISFIT STORE, 046 SOUTH Spring—Highest cash price paid for ladies second-hand clothing. Send pos tal. 16-06 PERSONAL —S. AXELFORD PAYS highest price for gents' cast-off cloth ing at 105 Ni Los Angeles St.; send pos tal. 1-9-96 REMOVE D — PATS & PARKERS real estate firm, from 413 S. Spring, to 132 S. Broadway. tf MXcYuMSRYT DIES, TOOLS AND models. J. YON SERKEY MANU FACTURING CO., 236 E. Second st. If MASS A QBJ^l^B^Rl^TY^ WHAT IS A DOLLAR TO A MAN IF it will strengthen and invigorate him? Vapor bath, with electricity will do it; aure cure for rheumatism and insomnia, 320>£ S. Broadway. 12-3 MIbSMAY STONE Alcohoi baths——— 138)4 N. Spring 2-23 ' Room 22. EDITH ANWAY OF BOSTON GIVES massage thut is delightful and refresh ing; also alcohol baths. 355)4 S. Spring, room 12. 10-15 X ITT lE - EDWARDS—MASSAGE AND alcohol bsths; 138)4 N. Springs!., room IL 11-7 ETHEL HEATH, FROM SIOUX CITY —Massage alcohol bath. 233)4 E. First, rooms 17-18. 15 MISS LOLO PRESTON JUST FROM the east—Massage and alcohol baths 288)4 E - First St., rooms 2 and 3, 10-26 ALMA WORTH, ALCOHOL BATHS AND massage. Select patronage solicited. 138)4 N. Spring, room 4. 10-21 SEE MYRA GREYTtTr SUPERIOR massage and vapor bathß; 774 Wall cor. Eighth. . 10-14 C C C~MYRA GREY, 774 WALL ST. 11-7 MISS GLADYS IRVING. 120 N. MAIN St., room 8. Alcohol baths. 11-11 MISS MAY RUBBBL. ROOM 7, NEW Hellman block, 120 N. Main st. 11-12 LOLA LIVINGSTON. ALCOHOL BATHS 138)4 N. Spring st. room 3. 10-13 MAGNETTkTaND MASSAGE TRE~AT~ ment at 208 Winston st.up stairs.lo-14 MRS. DR. LEON. 120~N71iiAIN~8T. tl MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BARGAIN 8 in second-hand organs; good makes. KOHLER & CHASE, 283 H. Spring St. tf MEDIUMS Itatea for advertisements under this classifi cation—l time, 5 cents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per line; 1 month.*! Till. Mi >Il NI NG OF A NEW ERA-PS Y chcinotri/.ing with eyes ciosed ; a nat ural phenomenon ut transparent and liv ing truth has iust arrived and will be with you for a few weeks beforo his de parture for the Oiient. Are you sick? Are you in trouble? If so, consult C. 11. Claxton, tbo Herbalist and Discoverer ol thegreat Oktibbeha. Hundreds have been restored to health who have lost all hope by his timoly advice Como early and avoid the crowd. Charges moderate. Oilice 6O81.; Broadway, rooms 1, 10, 12. Otlice hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 6, 7 to 8. THE WORLD'S FAMOUS M KIHI'M AND palmist, formerly known throughout Europe and America as Sria. tlie child medium; greatest living medium inde pendent slate writer of the nge; if deceiv ed through fakirs, would be mediums, come. Sria will give you a free test to prove her powers: she tells just what you want to Know; if you are sick or in trouble, she can help you. No. 774 Wall street., cor. Eighth. DRS. J. B. AND MRS. LBVET, CLAlR voyants, test mediums, mental and magnetic bealers: all diseases diagnosed clairvoyantly free; we invite the invalids to come and test our power; sittings daily ; developing circle Tuesday night ; seance every Friday night, The Menlo, 420 S. Main st., rooms 4 and 5. 11-4 KNOW THYSELF IS THE FIRST STEP to all knowledge. Complete written nativities by mail, when furnished with the place, date and hour of birth. Answer questions of marriage, journeys and diagnose diseases by the stars and planets. Two questions answered, '25 cents. I. O. box 282, Los Angeles. ID MRS. A. E. HARLAND, FSYCHOME trist, test medium, from San Fran cisco. Sittings $1. Jewelry, photographs read. Circles Monday, l'riday eves. 25 cts- 453>' 2 ' S. Spring St. 1-0-9', REMOVED—MRS. PARKER, OLAlR~ voyant and life reading medium, business, removals, lawsuits, lovo affairs, mineral locations, etc. S. Spring St., room 4. 8-30tf A WONDETi CRYSTAL READER AND trance medium will give messages at a distonce il $1 and a lock of hair is sent. Gives sittings daily. 806 Beech St.. cor. Twelfth. 10-25 RETURNED—DR. MRS. OUIDA BTEW art, electric magnetic healer; also scientific massatrn and alcohol baths, healthful and refreshing. No. 245 S. Spring. 12 DR. M. MUCIILENBEUCH. THE MAG netic clairvoyant and ctairatidant test medium, can bo consulted at tho Ingle side, 324 c: S. Spring st. 11-11 MRS. MAID FRIETAG, BUSINESS test medium; sittings daily; circles Monday and Thursday evenings; room 12, 321.; S. Spring et. 11 11 MRS. WALKEP, GREAT CLAIRVOY ant and card medium; business affairs a specialty; sittings daily Rooms 3 and 4. 31i;; 2 S. Soring st. 10-13 MRS. JENNIE WARREN, TEST ME diuni, lias been from her birth a won derful medium; sittings daily. 311 S. Hill st. room 30. 11-7 THE MEDIUM, MRS. RARNETT, WILL give sittings daily at Hill E. Sixth sl. ; circle Tuesday and Thursday evening. 10-22 MADAM GEORGE. MAGNETIC HEAL er and lifo reading medium, develop medium power. 123 8. Main st., room 12. 11-1 _ AGNES H. PLEASANCE, THE CELE brated dead trance medium; sittings daily at her residence. 634 S. Broadway. ■ 10-17 MRS. LENZBURG, SPIRITUAL MED turr.; 9 to 6. 751 E. Ninth St., cor Clark aye. 11-3 DR. W.E. HOUGH. MAGNETIC HEAL er, now permanently located at 456J,£ S. Spring st. 10-20 MADAM DEaN—FORTUNE TELLING by cards. Business and love affairs a specialty. 510 E.First st. lm CATARRH—S2 PER MONTH; DRS. GARRISON & Co., SPECIALISTS. 553 S. Broadway. Consultation free. 10-9 tf FREE — A CURE~ THAT bavo cureil thousands who suffered as you do, of emissions, impotency. nervous debility, varicocele ana shrunken parts, caused by self-abuse, by a simple remedy which cured me, recipe for which I will send sealfd free to any sufferer. Address with stamp, DAVID B. EM METT, box 870, Englewood, 111. 7-4 DR7rL. - G7c6L"LINB, tician, with the Los Angeles Optical In itiate; eyos examined free. 125 S. Spring st. TREATMENT FREE— From 2to 3 p en., daily. DR. D. D. BRIGGS, over 101 S. Broudway. 10-14 IpXlmTstity^rT^ ebrated European occult scientist, Prof. A. Myers, palmist, psychometrist and phrenologist, wbo has examined the lianas of most of the crowned heads of Europe, has arrived in Los Angeles and intends to remain here for some time. By palmistry he reveals accurately tbe past, present and future of the individual; gives descriptions of every member ol ?our family, the deceased as well as the ivlng; also the description of tbe one you have married and the one you will marry; tells country of birtn, age and how long you will live: describes perfect ly your present circumstances, and no matter bew dicffiult they are by his ad vice you will be able to avoid obstacles and ba aided to suocess. As a psychom etrist he is unequalled. He will locate any ailment or disease more accurately than autopsy would do, and by this gift and power bas helped many who had given up all hope. All wbo are about to make a cbango should consult him, as bis advice is reliable ana beneficial. Tells past, present and future in general for $1. Perfect satisfactiou guaranteed or no pay. Free—free. Free medical diagnosis from 8 to 10 a.m. Tleartings irom 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Parlors, The Norwood, 556 8. Hill st., cor. Sixth. 10-5 ATTORNEYS- <T-EAW C. F. cronin, attorneVXtlXwJ offices, 13 and 14 Bank bldg., cor. Main und First sts. Advice free. 12-10^ VJXTtJJrTMONTGiOMERY — Attorney-at-Law. 132 Stimson block, Los Angeleß. 10-1 PECK & FOLEY, ATTORNEYB-AT- Lqw,B and R.Moore blk.. HQ Court st. CHIROPODISTS THE CHIROPO dist, Dr. Rabat Dunne—l have prac ticed in all parts of tbe world; no knife or acid used; only one prioe charged. 11914 W. First at., opp. the Natick house. ~* _!____ 10-27 BICYCLES BICYCLES - INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN day and evenings at CENTRAL PARK CYCLERY, 518 8. Hill st., hot. Fifth anid_Bixth. 13 SJL'aRSEN&'CO. HAVE THE AGENCY for the Relay bicyclea, 223 W.Filth st. RESTAURANTS Rates for sdvertiseraents under this classifi cation—l time, o cents per line; 1 week, 30 cents per line; 1 month, $1 per line. 2otcL~sTnx a vie tt— Dining Room. Southwest cor. Seventh and Broadway. EMERSON & ANDERSON, Proprietors. Regular meals., 2") cents; bill of fare changed 3 times n day: board by the week, $5; ny the montb. $20. 10-18 HOTEL HAFEN CAFE, 344 S.lllLL St.—The bcßt meal in the city, 25c; electric ears pass tho doors every 5 min utes. 10-19 CHICKEN OR TURKEY DINNER To day 25 cents, PEERLESS RESTAU RANT, cor. Fourth and Broadway, S. O. EIKEXHKRY, Trop. If EDUCA WOODBU 11V BUSINESS COLLEGE (IN rojporated), 220 s. Spring st., is tbe oldest and lnrgnst commercial sol'ool in Southern California; tho most beautiful collogo rooms and equipments to be found in the state; elevator for pnpils' use; a large faculty ot experienced and atile instructors; open Ihe entire year; both day and evening sessions; a practi cal English course, a thorough business course and n course ill shorthand and typewriting under nn experienced stenog rapher. Writo or call for illustrated cata logue and full information. G. A. HOUGH, president; N. G. FELKER, vice-president. LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE (Incorporated), 212 W. Third st.—The oldest, largest, best equipped school of its kind in the city; thorough courses of study; experienced teachers, modern methods, new and delightlul rooms reached by elevator; success graduates; day and night sessions. Write or call for full information. THE GIRLS' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL (MISS PARSONS and MISS DEN NEN, principals) will reopen September 26th, ot 1018-1920-1022 Grand aye., near Washington st.. In new and enlarged quarters; collegiate,academic, preparatory ami primary departments; attractive homo for hoarding pupils; kindergarten in charge of Miss Qtiinan. ST. HILDA'S HALL, SCHOOL for GIRLS —GLENDALE— (Incorporated) six miles from Los Ange ies; ninth year begins September 25tn. MISS K. V. DARLING, 12-13 Principal. FROEBEL INSTITUTE (Casade Rosas); training school or kindergarten; also school for boys and girls of all grades; opens September 23d. Apply to 8-7 ly MADAME LOUIS OLAVERIE. BOYNTON NORMAL. FOR TEACHERS only; Degins September 16tb ; teachers aided iv getting positions; teachers, gov ernesses and tutors supplied. Room 525 Stimson blk. 6-30tf SHORTHAND, EVENING CLASSES, 7 to 9, instructions to beginners and dic tation, with phrasing to writers of all sys tems to gain speed 217 Byrne bldg. tt COLLEGIATE SCHOOL FOR BOYS, 707 8. Broadway, cor. Seventh. The cir culai gives details. A. B. BROWN, A. M. (Yale). 10-27 FRENCH TAUGHT RAPIDLY BY MY modern method. PROF. GAB. BUR NER IN. B. L., B. 8., Academy of Pans. 419 Crescent aye. 10-21 LOS ANGELES TRAINING SCHOOL for kmderzartners. Fall term Septem ber 18th. MRS. N. D. MAYHEW, 676 W. Twenty-third St. 6-Btf PI AN 6~ HARMONY INSTRUMEN'I'A tion und orchestration taught by PROFESSOR A. WILHARTITZ room 14, 212 S. Broadway. 11-3 AN "AMERICAN" LADY (GRADUATE of Prof. Cortina) will give lessons in Spanish. Address P. O. box 242, Los An geles. 23 MRS. E. HABERKORN, TEACHER OF elocution and modern languages. Studio 43, Pirtle bldg, Fourth and Brond way. 12 9 ST. VINCENT'S GRAND aye. A bosrdinic and doy school for boys and young men. Fall terra begins Monday, September 2d. 11-10 8 - CHOO~I7~OF~ART - AND DESIGN, 110 W. Socond st. Open daily. EITJN - ECHbbL - FOR - ~BOYSTnO. 136~w7 Pico st. HORACE A. BROWN.LL.B. FOR SAJLE--^ISCEJ^ANE(WS^ FORTsALE-a't A GREAT SACRIi'CE, tne furniture of a 7-room house; or iginal cost nearly .$3000; everything ele gant; upright piano, lino over-stuffed parlor pieces, exquisite dining room out fit, porcelain dishes and silverware; A-l bed room sets, hair mattresses etc.; house 4 blocks from city hall: can be leased by tlu party buying the furniture; extra line large yard, full of flowers; hero is a deoided bargain for some one want ing a nice home just ready to step into, complete in every way, tine and cheap. Address for full information and price, 8., box 90, Herald offloe. tf FOR SALE—AT AUcTION-NEW AND second-hand furniture of every de scription und all kinds of bouse furnish ing goods. Ladies invited. Sale Satur day, October 12, at 2:30 p. m., at sales rooms 435 South Spring st. E. A. MIL LER it CO., auctioneers. 12 FOR BALE—NEW AND SECON D~ hand pianos on easy terms; largest renting stock in the city; tuning and re pairing promptly attended to by compe tent workmen. KOHLER & CHASE, 233 S. Spring st. 9-6tl FOR 8A T.E^XWEBE R, 1 CISLEIIRATEIJ Baus, 1 Hazclton, 1 Standard. 1 Jacob Doll and otber tirst-class pianos; little used; cheap for cash, or on easy terms. 506 8. Broadway. 10-6tf FOR SALE-10 HORSE-POWER BOILER and engine. 323 Aliso st. 0-4lf _FOR SAJUB—LODOIN^HOUSES^ F OR SA LE—LODG ING HOUSES— . FOR SALE—A FINE LIST OF GOOD paying lodging houses, well furni«\hed, $800. $1200, $1500, $2000, $3000 and all tha way up to a large grand paying bouse for $6000. Bargains. Call at 309 W. Second st. Tel. 826. MILLINBRY MISS M. HASB IS NOW LOCATED witb Wagner's Kimberly at 158 N. Main st. and bas a tine line of millinery goods: everything new ana first class. 6 11 lino FOR SALE OR~EXCHANGE—A FINE millinery business; 204 8. Main st. 10-24 STOCK _ FOR SALE—IF YOU WANT A GOOD horse come to tbo Blue Front Barn company. Third and Los Angeles sts., where you will get a better horse for the money than you can get any place in town; every borso guaranteed as repre sented, john Mcpherson. tw7 FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK — STOCK hogs. Inquire of W. GARRY dt INNES, 227 W. Second St. 13 SPIRITUALISM BEN M. BARNEY. TEST MEDIUM and spirit bealer; test meetings Sun day at Music hsll, 231 S. Spring sl., 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.; private sittings daily at residence from 10 v. m. to 4p. ra.; de velopment in mediumship and spiritual science. Residence, 402 W. Seventh St.. cor. Hill st. 3-19 ■1 PLUMBERS ' FRANK A. WEINSHANK, PLUMBER ana gas fitter. No. 240 E. Second st. Tel. 136.